Inchrie Castle Inn, Stirling. Hand Picked Hotels in Stirlingshire, Scotland
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Inchrie Castle Inn

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It was here Highlander, Rob Roy McGregor, forayed in the 17th century and almost 300 years later, in one of the cosy oak beamed rooms of what was then Inchrie Castle Hotel, the 'Second Covenant' to give Scotland its own Parliament was signed by a small group of dedicated and proud Scotsmen. More than 2 million others followed their lead and signed the Covenant. From that day on Inchrie Castle Hotel became known as the Covenanters Inn. The Scottish connection continued when the famous 'Stone of Destiny', over which Scottish Kings and Queens of a bygone era were crowned, was secreted in the Inn when it mysterously disappeared from Westminster, London. A group of modern day Covenanters had removed the Stone to return it to its 'rightful home in Scotland'. Fifty years later the wish of the Covenanters came true when the Scottish Parliament opened in Scotland's capital city of Edinburgh and the Inn reverted to its original name of Inchrie Castle - The Covenanters Inn. Many parts of the original Castle remain, including quaint 'nooks and crannies' and the dungeon, hewn from the rock face under the Castle, where the Stone of Destiny lay hidden.

Rooms: 50

Free car park, Internet access, Jacuzzi, Swimming Pool

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